Quantitative Reasoning - Assertion and Reason  ASSERTION A N D REASON The test is meant to judge the candidate's knowledge and with it, his ability to reason out correctly. In this test, two statements referred to as the Assertion (A) and Reason (R) respectively are provided. Five alternative comments on these are given and the…

Quantitative Reasoning - Decision Making Example: Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below it. Following are the qualifications necessary for the recruitment of a Librarian in a State University. The candidate must : (1) have a Master's degree in Library Science with at least 55% marks or its equivalent grade and…

Quantitative Reasoning - Syllogism Following are the main rules for solving Syllogism Problems :  All + All=All All + No=No All + Some=No Conclusion Some + No= Some Not Some + All=Some Some + Some= No Conclusion No + Some=Some Not (Reversed) No + All = Some Not(Reversed) No + No=No Conclusion  Some Not /Some…

Quantitative Reasoning - Sitting Arrangement There are various models in the seating arrangement like: Single row arrangement Double row arrangement Circular arrangement Rectangular arrangement Persons sitting in two rows facing each other: Persons sitting in a CIRCLE or RECTANGLE or SQUARE facing the center: Seated to the left = Take clockwise direction Seated to the…

Quantitative Reasoning - Puzzles Example1) Five friends , P, Q, R, S AND T travelled to five different cities of Chennai, Kolkata, Delhi, Banglore and Hyderabad by different modes of transport of Bus, Train , Aeroplane , Car and Boat from Mumbai (ii) The person who travelled to Delhi did not travel by boat (iii)…